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    Nice crisp camera work. The food looks delicious and that hot air driven rotisserie must have been a marvel in its day.
    The bridge with the Grotto's is interesting in itself. I had to do a double take on that set up. I'd throw a couple of rods out and sell the fish out front if it were doable.

    Well I wouldn't, but that thought crossed my mind after the first thought of it being a very expensive toll bridge if you had to pay for each place you pass through. That and the hassle of knocking on all those doors. Then I saw the width of the bridge and the archways in the middle and figured it out.

    I must say I've never seen such a set up and am wondering if that was all original planning and if not how do you get the rights to buy and build on a bridge.

    It's chic, unique and looks to be quite the experience as it blends well with the other architectural styles evident in the other pics.

    Good stuff Punter, thanks for the insight into the area.

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    You get about more than a dose of Liverpudlian Chlamydia Punty.
    Excellent pics and thread!
    Did you visit Dantes House museum?

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    Trip to the city of Bologna






































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    More great piccies. Funny you going to Bologna, the mayor was quoted in the paper on the weekend belly aching because he was fed up with visitors coming and just asking for Spag Bol

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    ^top pics punty

    lovin it



    where is the pic with the shaving foam plastered all over your bonce?

    those badgers arse brushes are the way to go.

    I am getting on ebay and tracking one of those classics down

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    Calimari and some fish lasagna thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShrewedPunter View Post
    some fish lasagna thing
    Doesn't really make me want to rush out and try that...what's your verdict SP?

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    Trip to Modena









    Ferrari museum





























    These pizzas were 6 euro each.. we expected 'normal' size. lulz


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    ^Can't green you again, but that's a candidate for post of the decade.

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    Trade you some of that for some Mongolian food?!!
    Todays Lunch: Lard mixed into rice- I went for the healthier option down the road: KFC

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    Did'nt fancy the Ducati factory & museum in Bologna then?
    Ferrari museum looks splendid.

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    Terrific photos and thread again, SP.
    Will be in Rome next month, and looking forward to it a bit more now.

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    Great pics. Food porn, car porn and architecture porn al in one thread.

    Very jealous!

    The most memorable pizza I have ever eaten was in the cafe in Florence railway station, 1970.

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    Few last train and Milan pics.

    I love Italy now it's the perfect country




















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    Great pics... makes me want to go back..

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    I wish I could green ya for another amazing thread! Thanks and please keep them coming?

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    ^^^^^^^Automotive pornography and the world's cleanest and most empty museum

    top stuff punty

    good idea not to go on the free day as it is not full of scums and vermins

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    Very nice thread again, Punty.


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    You should be earning money with those camera skills Punty. Do you fancy coming to Phnom Penh in June, do you have a tripod?

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    They're all good pictures. His camera handles the light well.

    What kind of camera is it, SP?

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    He could get those kind of pics out of a Samsung S6 and a torch, imagine what he'd do with a Canon

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    Christ I'm just thinking what the Spaniards did with them.
    The world is yours punter, go get yee some.

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